Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has insisted that his side will stick to their principles despite a poor run of form to open the season.
The Gunners have been plunged back into crisis after losses to Stoke and Liverpool in the opening weeks, as well as a deadline day blunder which saw them miss out on Monaco’s Thomas Lemar, however Wenger feels there is no need for change.
“I believe you stick to your principles even if it doesn’t go as well as you wanted,” said the Frenchman ahead of their Premier League clash with Bournemouth this weekend.
“You question yourself, yes, but not question things because you lose one game.
“That’s where I believe it’s important people are on the team and continue to believe in what we do.”
Wenger also went on to criticise the media for getting the fans on his player’s backs after the 4-0 defeat at Anfield.
He added: “You [the media] work very hard to get the fans on our back.”